Earlier Ubuntu installers would give the option of not installing a bootloader. Now the 11.04 gives a choice of where to install but no option if I just dont want to install bootloader.
Please correct me if I missed something obvious in the Live CD.
I already have a legacy GRUB setup in my hard disk MBR and do not want to overwrite that with a cmore complicated GRUB 2 because there are lot of other entries to partitions like Knoppix, Windows, etc.
because Ubuntu installed the bootloader to that partition. It wont boot using this chaining(I hope that's right).
So I have to reinstall 11.04, but I cant find how to skip the bootloader.
The only option I have is to install to disk MBR and risk losing everything in current GRUB and then fighting around trying to restore those entries via grub.cfg of Ubuntu's Grub2.